Skip to comments.Gay Hairdresser Refuses to Cut Governor's Hair Over Gay Marriage Issue
Posted on 03/04/2014 9:01:09 AM PST by tonyome
What will the fascist gay lobby say now?
Governor of New Mexico, Susana Martinez, has been told by her gay hairdresser that he will no longer be working on her coif. It seems that her hairdresser, Mr. Antonio Darden, does not appreciate the Governors stance on homosexuality and gay marriage. Because of this he will no longer cut her hair.
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SHE HAS TO!!!!
WHAT tf ????
Martinez is being discriminated against because of her Religion.
Absolutely! Without a law in place to allow the hair dresser to refuse service, he cannot refuse her based on religion, politics, etc.
Oh, don’t worry.....I am sure that there will be some ‘twisted logic’ response given, that the MSM wil lap up as being ‘fair and impartial’ to the gay hairdresser, all while making the christian bakers stance seem that much more discriminatory..
I’d say screw her. Oh, wait. That won’t happen. Just go and give your business to someone who wants it.
The Gov. will have to find another hair dresser who isn’t gay.
Yes, for sure. And forget the other comment, it’s a he not a she hairdresser.....
He’ll actually see an increase in business over this. Most don’t get the reason for the gay agenda. Most think it’s as simple as giving gays rights and that they’re being denied rights. Keeping the public stupid is Job 1 for the dems.
Why would anybody want to go to a baker - sorry, hair stylist - that doesn’t want to bake their wedding cake - sorry, bake their ‘celebration of same-sex commitment - sorry, cut their hair. Makes absolutely no sense to me.
Oh, wait! I’ve got it. They want to punish the baker - sorry, hair stylist - for having thoughts contrary to their own.
I, for one, would never want to have my memories of a special day - sorry haircut - tainted by bad memories.
IRONIC, because the photographer that was sued for not shooting a GAY wedding was in NEW MEXICO
Homo hairdresser in a hissy fit?...Big shock!
Kirsten Powers would say this is different. I’m sure.
Of course...the gov. is clearly a hater...the hairdresser, by virtue of being a homosexual, is not a hater. Therefore, he gets to discriminate against the gov. while the cake bakers, against their consciences, have to bake cakes for homo weddings. That's liberal logic for you.
She violated the Governor’s CIVIL RIGHTS!!
It’s OK now to discriminate in America if you don’t go along with a Democrat agenda, isn’t it?
Did heshe cross hisher arms and stamp hisher feet?
How come they can refuse business?????????????????
File a complaint with the New Mexico Human Rights Commission for this discrimination.
hee hee.. good one
that’s going on my facebook page
I know we don’t like facebook here much but I am finding it very useful to spread the message further than here on FR.
Here, it seems like we are just preaching to the choir.
“Should the hairdresser be sued for his discrimination and forced to comply?”
Yes...and the state should pull his license for discriminating!
Compare and contrast:
1) A baker provides all manner of service for gay customers, except for baking a cake for a “gay wedding” due to religious objections.
2) A gay hairdresser refuses any service to a customer solely on the basis of political differences.
Clearly, setting aside “protected status” of the parties involved, the second case is far more morally objectionable than the first one - the first case discriminates not against the customers themselves, but for a specific service that the provider believes is against his/her religious beliefs, whereas the second case discriminates directly against the customer.
And yet, the baker is an evil bigot and the hairdresser is a courageous defender of the downtrodden. Welcome to modern day Gemh... er... America.
The double standard is what really annoys me here. Personally, I believe that in both cases, the service provider is within their rights to refuse service to any customer they don’t want to do business with, regardless of whether or not anyone else agrees with their decisions.
The double standard:
normal people are always wrong.
government-approved victim group members are always right.
there is no other right and wrong.
I read somewhere. Should gay T-shirt shops be forced to make T-shirts that say God hates fags?
Hadn’t seen that one onyx, thanks :-)
Hadn’t seen that one onyx, thanks :-)
I'm not sure I'd want to see the results if you did and won.
Not sure of the article, but this story is a couple of years old. I remember hearing about it on the news shortly after she was sworn in in 2011.
if christians bakers are forced to bake cakes for gay weddings, a gay stylist should be forced to to do this.
of course then wouldn’t trust him to do a good job.
Thank you so much for replying.
GOOD to see you.
I really wouldn’t want someone to cut my hair who really didn’t want to or had some kind of bone to pick with me.
Good grief...from your link...
Normally I sell the formula to people if they want to go to a different salon that is cheaper. I normally give the formula to clients if theyre moving out of state because I care about my clients. But I would not give that formula to her.”
He’s a mean little witch, isn’t he? The *tolerance* of the left is laughable.
It’s OK when they do it ...
Now that is the last straw!!!!
Yeah, he’s in a snit and very spiteful.
I’m fine with his decision. Now, if only the idiot would realize that our support for HIS decision is not only right, BUT it goes both ways.
Thanks Onyx, it’s mutual!
The double standard is what really annoys me here. Personally, I believe that in both cases, the service provider is within their rights to refuse service to any customer they dont want to do business with, regardless of whether or not anyone else agrees with their decisions.
Of course, as a friend said, had the baker been smart enough to just say we already are booked solid that day or we have a previous commitment that day, there would have been no lawsuit.
I’ve got a cousin that has a gay son and she’s always up in arms over some example or another of a gay person being discriminated against, yet when the double standard is pointed out, they’re always stupid and should have to ‘experience it firsthand’ as she has. *sigh* I keep telling her that because her son is gay doesn’t mean SHE experienced being gay and discriminated against firsthand. *banging head against wall*
I typically use my FB for the same thing. It’s good to at least put it out there where there are more minds that need changing.
ROFLMAO - now THAT’s funny!
I also try to “add friend” to anyone who gives me a ‘like” too
to expand my levels of broadcast
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